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1'age 2 GREELEY TOIBUNE Saturday, June 22, 1957 Rural Areas Deserve TV Says Sieve GLES'WOOD SPRINGS Ration Says Wheat Growers 2nd Time Repudiated Benson Rev. Schoenhaarl Nunn Is Delegate to ,., General Synod DE.NVEIt ..?. - James C,. I 1 tun, president of lhc N a t i o n a l ; K H r m c r s Union, «aid Kriday t h a t ' wheat farmers for lhc ' " l i f l h i ,,,;",;, si.'JohnVEvangelical 'and s t r a i g h t year have r e p u d i a t e d | I1( . forlm . d ,. uthl , riln ,.,,,,,,.,,. w j|| _ : E z r a T a l l Uenson. sccrelary o[ ,,,, a rl , prcscnlalivc of lhc , IO(;ky Mountain synod of the K. and K. churches ut ;i history making nicet- I inK in Cleveland, Ohio next week, Juno 25-27. | The '-United Church of Christ I (miTUtT of tilt' K iind H. anil Can- Uri-KMiiinnJ Christ i;m clmrchi-.s) menial controls. · | wi " b ' J tm ' nm * ] " '" U n i l i n " ( ! l ' n l ; r i l 1 Patlon said "President Gov. Mi-Nichols, defending his po . agriculture, and his c i u s a d c to ition regarding booster stations ! l l - r ° w f a r m e r s lo the mercies of !iu,'transmit television signals, said: 1 "-- P a l ' on lhc Chicago Board ol Jl was the duly of Ihe Federal |Tradc." Communicutions Commission J.O I'allon's slalemcnl came in lhc JQUke TV available lo r u r a l areas wal"-' ot Thursday's referendum in 'at .'a minimum ot cost. , which over 83 pcf cent ol wheat The governor has followed lhc farmers approved rigid govern practice of his predecessor Ed C. Johnson, in appoinling lo his pcr- "BOnal conimvmic.ilions s t a f f the i h o w c r should f i n a l l y operators of boomer stations |iick-|liis secretary of a g r i c u l t u r e is run- in» up TV signals from melropol-|nmg A m e r i c a n a g r i c u l t u r e by advocating lower and lower prices." He .said the vole "demonstrated E i s c n - ' realizi; lhat jinn broadcaslers. In other comments at lhc con- vcnlion of Uic Colorado Broadcasters Assn. Uic governor said: ' Colorado musl have a walcr policy consistent wilh lhc hcsl in- Icresls of lhc entire stale. HP f a - j ' ° V'ors no f u r t h e r diversion of W e s l - j - ^ 1 e r i i ' Slope water beyond projects ol«'cady authorized. 1 The federal Civil Defense Agency "has not produced a mouse, lei ulonc a program . . . Denver couldn't be evacujilcd in a week." · There is no poinl building a highway Irancl (Ihrough lhc Con- H n o n t a l Divide) unlil Ihorc is a federal interstate highway dcsig- nalion. This, Ihe governor said, lie was "hopeful" of receiving. ...Delegates lo the broadcasters convention elected as president Robert 'Lolph of Radio Slalion KFTM, Fort Morgan. clearly again t h a i f a r m e r s an; willing lo acccpl lhc responsibility a d j u s t i n g their production. 11 unfortunate lhal while trying do this they also have Lo fighl . Ilcnson al every turn." Carr Mrs. Susan O'Donnell, former Resident of Greeley, Dies Jlary Lou, Florence and A Chavez left by Irain from Chey '. Mrs. Susan O'Donnell of Knglc- wooil, Calif., 79, resident of Greeley (or many years prior lo 1019, died suddenly Tuesday in Denver at the home of lici- sislcr, Mrs. Mabel Quinn, 765 Galapngo street. She · had arrived there from California Sunday. Mrs. O'DonnolI wns born and roared at Blackhawk. Her father was n mining engjnccr. Her husband Louis O'Donnell, who died about 15 years ago, was a grocery clerk. They moved from hero lo Inglcwood and lived the rcsl of Lheir lives there. .-Funeral services for Mrs. 0'- Uonncll were held in Denver Friday afternoon at Moore's morlunry: A second service will be held Monday al Inglcwood followed by interment at Inglewood Park ceme- ,tcry. Missing Czechs Found at Topeka -"TOPEKA Mi -- A Czcchoslovaki- a,n. family being sought by lhc UV'S. Immigration and Naluraliza- lion Service was located hero Friday. A spokesman for the Catholic Church said WUliclm Debnar, 4G, carpenter and bricklayer, has Ukcn a job and is considering scl- llipg down here.wHh his wife and hV.d children. ·:Trie family formerly was livinj at-jbcrby, Colo., but disappcaTcc frrfm Ihcro a month ago. ^n Immigration Service officia said Hie departure was under "pc culiar circumstances," hence thi search was started. The Debnar. left- 'their car and household goods in 'Derby. The f a m i l y visited relatives in Pennsylvania, then with the help of., the Calholic Church slarlcd back to Colorado. The Irip was interrupted when Dcbnar found a Job here ahoul 10 days ago. C A R R -- F a r m Bureau group mel 'ridny evening nl the schoolhousc 'ith nine adults in attendance, turcnu's policies were read and lisciisscd. Weld County discussion hcct on School Organization was landed out for sludy. No meetings vill he held this s u m m e r unless ailed by the presidcnl lo discuss in urgent mailer. Refreshments vcrc served by Mrs. Junior Dichl. Mr. and Mrs. Lcs Wolfe ol Snll iakc were weekend gucsls of lhc I. D. Miles f a m i l y . Sunday, Mr. nd Mrs. Chct Wolfe of Denver oincd the group for the tiny. Annie lycnne 'hursday for I.os Angeles where hey will spend Iwo weeks wilh clalivcs visiling and sightseeing. Mrs. Charles W.nlkins and sons, )on and Ilogcr, and Pally and s r ancy Carstcnscn, all of Cheyenne, vcrc luncheon guests of lhc Willis Chadwicks Wednesday. The chil- Ircn spent the aflcrnoon riding lhc jony. Four of (he Thomas brothers were togelhcr rcccnlly for lhc fjrsl ime in 14 years when they visited it the Wilbur Thomas home. They were: Archie of Pasadcnn, Calif., Icn of Aberdeen, Bert of Carr but who is prcscnlly at Omaha and came back for the reunion, and Wilbur Thomas. Harry, also of Aberdeen, was unable lo come. Mrs. Archie Thomas accompanied icr husband on lhc Irip lo Colorado. Aid society is sponsoring an ice ream social June 28 al lhc school- loiise. Home m n d c ice cream, pic ind cake will be sold. Barbara Crispc relumed home r rlday nighl from a Iwo weeks vacation In Chicago. She m n d c the re- urn trip on lhc Challenger. : Reports for Active Duty : Jerry II. Sherman of Eric is one of 16 a r m y reservists from Colo- ado who ii.ivc received orders lo report lo Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Sunday for six months of active duty lor t r a i n i n g . Upon completion of Iho six months active duly requirement, the reservists will fulfill their remaining military obligation by training one nighl a week 'in their local areas and attending summer training. atholics To Conduct Series ot Lectures at Windsor City Park There will be n scries of open air lectures on the teachings of the Ciilliolic Church in Windsor, Mon day through Friday, June S-l-ZS, The lectures, s t a r l i n g . a t 8 o'clock each evening, will be held in the city park. Two speakers from St. Thomas seminary, lhc Rev. R. Gicsclman C.M.. professor of philosophy, am I.co Kennedy and Raymond Jones theological student, will allcrnal' each evening. A program of recorded nuisi will precede the talks each even ing. The talks will be followed b a question and answer, period dur ing which free literature will b distributed. A question box will b placed in f r o n l of Ihe post offic for lhc convenience of Ihose wh wish lo learn about some parlici Inr poinls of Catholic belief. Th program will conclude wilh a Ire half-hour movie. The movies ar not religious and arc part of th Christopher scries. They star sue Hollywood figures as Arlhur Franz J a m e s Cagncy, Touch Connor? Bradley Mora, Until llusscy, Wa Icr Able and 1'aul Kelly. These friendly lectures on Hi Calholic Church have for Ihcir pn pose lhc establishing of a belle "understanding between Calholic and non-Calholics in the mailer o Unions belief. The Inlks are in formal, simple explanations Catholic teachings ,ind in no \va a t t a c k the religious convielions Ihosc of other faiths. There will b no charges and no collection Everyone is cordially invited lo a lend. MAGNAVOX Hi-fi and TV SALES and SERVICE Weld County Garage Phone 32 v NIGHT CALLS -- PHONE 1781J The Rev. Max Schoenhaar ynod meeting. The Unilcd Synod ill be made up o[ 3S7 delegates Icctr-il hy lhc General Council of ic Congrcgalional C h r i s t i a n hurchcs and 357 elected by the cncral Synod of Ihu Evangelical nd Reformed church. The Rev. llobert W. Infills, su- crinlcndcnt for the Congreyalion- Christian churches of Colorado, hich include Firsl Congregation- I and SI. Paul's Congrcgalional of rcclcy, and lhc Rev. Lclloy G. Men of Denver will bo lhc olhcr olorado delegates al the Clcvc- nd meeting. General Synod Governs The General Synod lo be formed Cleveland -will be the central cprcscnlalive huny of the now hurch. Until a constilulion is dnplcd for the United Church, the cncral Synod will function under ic provisions of The Basis of Inion wilh Interpretations, a docu- icnt embodying all agreements ow existing between the uniting ommunions. The General Synod is expected o elect co-presidents and co-sec' claries of the synod and the new United Church, and lo refer lo an xcciilivo council the mailer of ap- roinlmonl of olhcr staff members. 30 to D r a f t Conilitulion The mceling will elect a com nission of 30 persons lo draft a onstilulion for the Unilcd Church. This constitution will be relumed o n future General Synod for dis- ussion and approval prior to its ubmission to local churches. The onslilulion will come inlo force vhcn it is ralificd by two-thirds f the Congregational Christian hurdles voting and two-thirds of Evangelical and Reformed ynods. The Uniting Synod will name a ommission lo drall o Stalemcnt if Failh lor approval by a subse- liicnl General Synod, and will also :onducL lhc routine business ncces- ;ary lo the inauguration of any new organization. The m n l n lunclion of the Uniting "cncral Synod, will be lo declare .lie United Church of Christ as B now body in Christendom, and to .ake lhc necessary slcps lor lhc ivriling of the conslilulion. NL'NN -- Annual birthday oi.ii n.ccliiji of (lifc E.dyr. I per society was held Monday al-] ternoon at the church honoring Mrs. David Johosor of San Antonio, Tex., who had been conducting Ihe Daily Vacation Bible school Ihe past Iwo weeks. She led Tuesday ! afternoon to visit her sisters al \ Grand llapids, Mich. A short business meeting was held and announcement was made for cookies for the veterans in the Denver hospitals. Anyone wishing lo give three dozen cookies is to call Mrs. 0. K. Kanode -- cookies arc wanted for the first week in July. Mrs. Johnson gave the devotions and Mrs, Norvaj Hinds of Greeley presented a program of poems and vocal selections. Special invited guests were members of the Carr Ladies Aid. On behalf of the church and com- munily, Mrs. J. A. Turner presented Mrs. Johnson wilh the gift of a check in appreciation of her work in lhc church Ihe pasl two weeks. Tho prelly birthday cake formed the center piece on the attractive lea table -- garden flowers were ; used for church decoraliolis. Mrs. J. A. Turner presided at Ihe coffee service and Mrs. Robert I Humes served the cake, ! Corsages were given lo Mrs. i Hinds, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. N. V, j Bailey, 8S, oldest lady present; ! Mrs. I,. A. Record, 82, second oldest; Mrs. Kemp, youngest woman present; and Mrs. Henry Wolf of Berlhoud, coming Ihe greatest distance. Committee who planned snd arranged the afternoon was Mrs. Ro- bcrl Barnes, Mrs. Kenneth Aycrs, Mrs. E. E. Foster, Mrs. 0. A. Barnes and Ruth Ann Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lemonds ea- lerlained (heir son, William Lcm- onds and family at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Van Shipps enter- .ained at a covered dish buffet supper at Ihcir home Monday evening n honor of their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Selh Shipps and Mr., and Mrs. Buck Wilson of Ft. Worth, Tex. Among those present lo enjoy Ihe evening togclhcr were Mr, and Mrs, Donald Elder and Mickey of Cheyenne, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lcmonds, Mrs. J. V. McMullcn, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Glffin, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jensen, Mr. and .Mrs. James Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Dclbert Smilh and Vicki, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kovach and Diana, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn-Shipps and Lynella, Tom Hodge and the William Lemonds and the Thane Turners, Bus Chandler, Glenn Barnaby and Waldo Bellm'ore families. The Shipps and Wilsons left Tuesday for Jackson, Wyo., and Yellowstone Park. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brces acconv panicd Ihe Edwin Fiolkoskl lo Colorado Springs and Canon City over the weekend. They visited the Burl Huitls at Canon City and the James Raneys at Colorado Are You Lonely? ; See Dentist Now Syria Charges Israeli Sniping Across Border DAMASCUS, Syria Mi -- An a r m y spokesman charged Israeli [latrols opened automatic fire Syrian prlfols across the bonier Thursday and Friday He warned l h a t Syria would retaliate by force in future cases ol "Israeli aggression." The spokesman did not mention any casualties, bul said both incidents were a "flagrant violation" of lhc 1D-I9 armistice. Springs. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gitfin enter lained Iheir family at a Father's day dinner at (heir home on Sun day. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Alden Gilfin, Joan, Judy and Nicky of Cheyenne; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Giffin, Lee and Marlea of Grcclcy, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bar nnby, Shala and Jimmy. Mrs. Blanche Falrhairn left Friday for Salt "Lake City, Ulah, lo visil her son, Andrew Fairbairn, and family until Tuesday. She wil Ihen go lo Seattle, Wash., to spend lhc month of July in Ihe home of her daughter and family, the A Cecil Drurys. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bjorklund and Mrs. John Sampson 'and son Bobby, of Denver hud breakfast at the Roy Brccs home Wednes day. They were en roule lo Ther mopolis, Wyo., for a visit. Tho Thane Turner family, Mrs David Johnson and Mrs. Blanchi Fairbairn were Sunday dmnei guests of Mrs. J. A. Turner. Honoring Mrs. Richard Barne. and baby daughter, Lorita Marlyn nl a dessert baby shower. Mrs Russell Turner and Mrs. Glen Lewis were hostesses at the Tur ncr home Wednesday aflernoon. Gucsls present were Mrs. Wayn Foster, Mrs. Robert Barnes, Mrs Mclvin Komma, Mrs. Kirby Hart Mrs. Eldon Foster. Mrs. Rolnn Jones and Mrs. George Boll Jr of Pierce. By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK tfi - Are you lonely? Is it difficult for you to make Vi'hca al i party, do you Iind it hard lo strike up a conversation?. If your answer to these questions is "yes," by al! means go to your dentist, have hi.-n pull some of ^ your teeth and put In a new denture. When word of this gets around.' ou will be amazed al the change your'life. Overnight you will nd you have acquired a new nd more w i n n i n g personal- y. People who overlooked you he- ore will look up to you now. After II, now you are a man wilh a den- urc. You're a somebody! A man whose hair falls out usual- is rewarded with Jibes and jeers nd small sympathy. Bul a man ho loses his leeth (for some rca- on I still can't figure out) Is re- arded as a kind of hero, a wound- il veteran in the battle of life, 'he world Is suddenly on his side. When I had four front teeth ulled out for Father's Day last ·cck, I feared that when I showed p at lhc office wilh my new false hoppers I'd be a figure of public idicule. Well, sir, il was just the other 'ay. I couldn't have got a more earl-warming reception if I'd held winning ticket on the Irish weepstakes. It seems lhc greatest secret so- iety in the world is the society, of eoplc who wear false teelh. Once ou join this elecl group you can ever be lonely again. You are cncefdrlh and forever a mem- er of the elite. You belong. You eave the lowly steak mob and join he chicken-a-ja-king set--a group part from the gum-chewing herd. The password of this elect solely is, "you show me'your den- ure, and I'll show you mine." Playing bridge isn't nearly as opular an indoor American sport comparing bridges. In 'the last everal days at least 50 dignified ien have come up lo me, inspect- 1 my new 'teeth, murmured h m m m , not bad," then clawed at heir face, pulled oul their own den- al hardware, and said, "what do ou Ihink of mine?" Lifelong enemies, after we have ompared denlures, have suddenly nnounced, "Pal, if you're too trapped lo pay your dentist, I'll glad lo lend you any amount you need. I have been through it myself." Several girls, overcome by my new dazzling porcelain smile, have confided that anytime I want to run away from home they will drop heir present jobs and beaux and ;allop' off with me, even though t be but to a hut in the woods. )h, I tell you, there's no limit to how new choppers can change ·our life. Of course, there are minor draw- lacks. At first you feel like you have a mouthful ol marbles and cou develop a .lisp. The lisp then gives way · lo an unexpected whisUe. You try to cure this by saying over and over such sentences as: "Whistle-stop Susie swam slow- y through the Mississippi surf singing a soft ead song all by her silly iimple self." "She sells scashells by the seashore." "A skunk sat on stump. The s t u m p - s a i d lhat the skunk stunk and the skunk said that the stump slunk." The other day I was walking along Ihe street during lunch hour muttering these sentences--and Double Murder NEW YOltK ID -- Two d r a m a s based an the Leopold-Lobe murder case of 1924 have been announced for Broadway production ncxl fall. Meyer Levin is .idaplinfi his best-seller, "Compulsion," and William M a r c h a n l is penning "Counsel lor Ihe Defense." Binder Will Ruling Appealed to District Court by Executors A judgraenl in county court | last March 11 denying probate of the will of Godfrcd Charles Binder. Johnstown - Milliken area farmer and banker who died Dec. 18, 1955. was appealed to district court liere Thursday. The appeal was filed by Floyd H. Binder and Mrs. Florence It. Osier, children of the deceased, who were named as executors ir. us will, The will was denied probate by ormer County Judge John J. Dooley after a jury found the document to be invalid, because of un- uc Influence exerted on the elder Binder by his son, Floyd, and Jrs. Ostcr. The validity of the will had been ;hallengcd by three other children of the deceased, Charles end lowaid Binder and Jlrs. Dorothy E. Langenbahn. Floyd Binder, Mrs. Osier and .Irs. Marie Spaur, another daugh- er of the deceased, were named by he elder Binder as his heirs in the will executed in October, 1955. Berry Schools Are Rare Type By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK Wl -- "It seems to me lhal a dangerous philosophy has grown up lhal lhc world owes us a living," said Dr. John R. Berrand, who at 42 heads one jf America's most unusual educa- ional institutions. "We try lo teach our students ha't.'it is up to a man to create lis own opportunity--and lhat lardship need not in itself be regarded as a cause for unhappiness." Dr. Bcrtrand, who last year became president of Uic famed Bery Schools and College near Rome, la., is an unusual educator him- ielf. Afler graduating from high ichool, he ran his father's Texas vheat farm for five years to save enough lo start college. In World War II he served 19 months as a ubmarine combat officer in the Southwest Pacific. A tall; spare, dark-eyed man, Dr. Berliand says: "Many college students in the United States today are spoiled. Things have -been too easy for them." They aren'l al the Berry Schools founded'in 1902 to give an education lo boys and girls of the south ern highlands who could get one no other way. The schools now have 1,000 stu dents and a 30,000-acre campus, the largest in the nation. No sludehl is allowed to have a car. There is no foolball. The slu dents wear uniforms to avoid social distinctions. Every student--boy or girl- studies four days a week, spends two days at work to earn his room dim board. Some 60 per cent also work at the school during the sum mer to earn their luition for the following year. All students allend religious services every Sunday. "The studenls also provide mosl of their own entertainment," said Dr. Bertrand. "We stress these things--the dignity of work, Chris tian living, and the importance o beauty in daily life." This concepl might sound a litlli Ground Water Study in This Area Continues Trie ground water brunch ul ihe J.S. Geological Survey 1? eontlnu- ng tie study of the ground-water esources of the South Platle and ox Elder valleys between Denver nd Hardin. The work was begun two years go with Federal funds approprlat- d for the development of the Misouri lUver basin and it is expected the field work will be com- leted this, year. Rex p. Smith is eologist in charge of the project. Ic is being assisted by Paul A. chncider and Russell S. Gary. Jl three men are working out of ieir field headquarters in Ureeley. Attempts will be made to mea ur the depths, water levels! dis- hargcs, and drawdowns of most of he large-capacity wells in the area, n addition, selected wells will be est pumped In order to determine ic rate of movement of the under- round water and observation wells vill be measured periodically in rder to determine Ihe long-term rends of the water levels. Logs f wells will be collected and the cology mapped in order to determine the character, distribution and hickness of the water-bearing ands and gravels. When the field work is completed, the data collected will be ompilcd in- a comprehensive re- iort on the ground-water resources f the area. The report will con- ain maps showing the thickness f the water-bearing materials, the cpths to water and the depths to cdroek. The report will contain ables of well logs, well records nd chemical analyses. Although the report is being pre- lared by the Geological Survey for ise by the U.S. Bureau of Reclama- ion in the planning and develop- ,ent of water supplies in the Misouri River basin, the report will IB particularly useful to local farm- rs and communities in assisting hem in.the furlher development nd utilization of their ground-wa- er supplies. I Variety Reviewer Dies sluffy lo many a gards college as sludent who long lark milling low whistles. Well, sir, j m u l a . parental expense. But some 16,000 students over the last century have proved the worth of the Berry for [our taxis and three girls stopped to ask if I had summoned them. Take a tip from me. 11 you want lo know real adventure, get yourself a denture. Have your teelh pulled now. My only regret is I didn't have my own pulled out at 21. NOTICE I will not be responsible for an] debti made other than by myi±lf. Henry E. Wat»on June Special ELLIOTT'S SATIN LATEX Rubber-baled flat wall paint. Quick dry. Roll or brush on. White and colon. Quart IlcRubr $1.G9 r _ Gallon Regular $5.80 .... MOFFAT'S 1115 Blh Ave. Phone 319 Closed Saturday Afternoons 1.50 Fined for Gun Waving Near Woods Landing L A R A M I C , Wyo. «! - Glc Dale llanc. 2D, of Arvada, Colo., pleaded guilty and was fined a lolal of $153 in Juslice Court Friday lo charges stemming from a gun-waving inridcnl near Woods Landing June B. He was bound over lo District Court and ordered hold without bond on a charge of drawing and threatening wilh a dangerous weapon. Stale Patrolman Ray DHlon, who arrcslcd Haag, said' he held al gunpoinl a road conslruction crew for 45 minutes earlier this month. Dillon said Haag, who had ! been on a fishing trip, said he had been drinking and gave no explanation for lhc aclion. Haag pleaded guilly lo charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and resisting arresl. Two lesser charges were dropped. Judge Kelly Dukes ordered lhc fines and ordered Haag held in County Jail pending District Court trial on the third charge. Plane Warned of Fire · BRIDGEWATER, N. J. Wl -When Mr. and 5trs. Hichard Williamson heard a plane repeatedly circling IQW just above their roof, Ihcy ran out to sec what the trouble was. The trouble was a fire in the chimney of lhc Williamson home. They (old police Lhc pilot had apparently buzzed the house to warn Ihem. Firefighters quickly extinguished lhc blaze. Williamson estimated damage at several thousand dollars. The schools have lurned out hun dreds of teachers, ministers, larm experts, industrial technicians, leg slators and lawyers. One is a col cge president, another a magazim ditor, a third vice president of : major Manhattan bank. "Our graduates don't have an; rouble getting located," said Dr Berlrand, smiling. "Having had jood work background, Ihcy aren' afraid lo lackle a new job jusl be cause il's hard." Dr. Bcrtrand, who resigned dean of the University of Nevada' College of Agriculture, lo take u his present post, says one of th plcasantcsl things about it is tha tic rarely has a disciplinary prob aevcn prescription chemists to serve you at your friendly REXALL Vores "SH" sinmp* at Gilbert Bishop ind Wcldorido Drugs. - hop .v Safe Policy FRANKLIN, Tenn. Ifl -- Afler an outbreak of safecrackings, real cslale f i r m , Roberts and Green Co., look to removing all valuables from its two office safes each night. Then il put this sign on the safes: "No money inside. Open for inspection". USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Ask for it by name... lem. "A sludcnl who is gelling h education by lhc sweal of his "vv brow knows the value of il. H isn'l in a hurry to get inlo troi blr." End advance (or pms of Wednei day. Nagpur is to have India's cen- ral tractor testing 200-acre site. HOLLYWOOD U) - WUUim C. Brogdoo, 48, movie 'reviewer lor Daily Variety, motion picture Iride paper, (or the past 20 yean, died Thursday. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS WE'RE PROUD of DAN YOWELL Recently graduated from the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy with, "special honors," Dan received the award for the most outstanding student in d i s p e n s i n g pharmacy. This a w a r d is given to the student who has shown exceptional ability in all phases of compounding prescriptions. Graduated from C.S.U. in 1954 with a degree of bachelor of science in chemistry, Dan went on to get a bachelor of science in pharmacy from the University of Colorado. Dan and his wife Virginia live at 719 18th Ave. GILBERT-BISHOP DRUG CO. Your REXALL Store "Filling prescription! IE the moEt center on a Important part of our buslneu." Do You Need... A Low Cost Home Loan? If you ore considering buying, building, or re-finoncing a home, Mountain Savings and Loan Association is the best place to get a long term, low cost loan. With Mountain Savings, your loan Is designed to fit your income so it repays like rent. f There is no real reason to rent for the rest of your life if you can qualify for a long term home loan. So--before you buy, build.or re-finance your home, drop in and, talk to Dave Hill, loan officer at M O U N T A I N S A V I N G S and Loan Auociatio* of Boulder, Longmont and Greeley 934 Ninth Ave Greeley, Colorado Reed P. Adamson WEEKLY MEDITATION He Sanctifies The Sod He ia R man' of God on earth . . . Who-.iacrlf.cefl all . . . And lives in princely poverty . . . To heed his church's call . . . Who minisiers Lo all the needs . . . 0! both the rich and poor . . . And guides them In the struggle end . . . The strife they must endure . . . He leaches them to think of God . . . Instead ol worldly pain . . . And why the sun must share the sky . . . Wilh clouds lhal carry rain , . . He iindertftkea lo heal the sick . . . To help the blind to see . . And show the lame the way to walk . . . In lore and sympathy . . . And when he doea IIi« duty well . . . He sanctifies the snd . . . And by h"s Rood example · proves . . . He Is » mftn of God. H. Ron Adamson A d a m s o n M o r t u a r y 9th Aye. at jjth St. 24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 1636

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